From her kitchen overlooking the sea wall at Watergate Bay, Emily Scott’s stunning seasonal cookery has made her eponymous restaurant one of Cornwall’s hottest tables.
There, the region’s peerless local produce is the star. With knockout dishes like ‘gurnard cured in Emily’s citrus vodka, buckthorn, blood orange and green chilli’ and ‘whole halibut roasted on the bone with roast chicken & périgord truffle sauce’ on the menu, it’s no surprise that Emily has been named one of the best chefs in the South West, as well as one of the most influential women in the industry.
After a classical training in London and France, Emily made her name at the Harbour Restaurant in Port Isaac and the St Tudy Inn, a restaurant with rooms in one of Cornwall’s prettiest villages. Representing the South West on Great British Menu, her pared back, produce-led style earned her critical acclaim, while her debut cookbook, Sea & Shore: Recipes and Stories from a Kitchen in Cornwall, is a must-have love letter to her adoptive home.
Emily joins us for five nights ahead of a busy, busy Cornish summer.
Update, Fri 27th May: we have a handful of spots left on Sat 28th May.